Luis Acevedo

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Luis Acevedo was a pitcher for the Baltimore Crabs, and was with the team from the Season β16 election until being incinerated on Season β17, Day 2. Acevedo also played for the Seattle Garages and Ohio Worms.

Official League Records

Acevedo joined the ILB as a lineup player for the Seattle Garages with the Return of Blaseball.

On Season β3, Day 57, Acevedo hit a single at the bottom of the 9th which batted in a game-winning run. This closed out the second of three fully swept seasons against the Breckenridge Jazz Hands and tied both teams' records for first place in the Chaotic Evil division.

As a result of the Season β7 elections, Acevedo was sent to the Baltimore Crabs while Oliver Notarobot was sent to the Seattle Garages.

On Season β9, Day 10, Acevedo siphoned some of Unlimited Tacos batter Vito Kravitz's hitting ability in a game with Blooddrain weather. This raised Acevedo's hitting from to .

On Season β10, Day X, Acevedo gained the Flinch modification after the Crabs lost to THE SHELLED ONE'S PODS. Due to the Crabs' Ascension, Acevedo was absent from the ILB from the Season β10 elections until the Descension.

During the Season β12 elections, Acevedo's defense was increased by 4.0 4.6 as a result of the Crabs' The Rack blessing.

Acevedo was traded to the Ohio Worms in exchange for Enid Marlow during the Season β14 elections via the Worms' Exchange will, becoming a pitcher in the process.

Acevedo was traded back to the Baltimore Crabs in exchange for Jacoby Podcast during the Season β15 elections via the Worms' Equivalent Exchange will. Additionally, Acevedo's pitching was increased 2.1 3.4 and batting decreased 3.6 3.3 as a result of the Worms' Transfuse will.

On Season β17, Day 2, Acevedo was incinerated and replaced by Jon Halifax.

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.

Box of Luis Acevedo Files

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From Shade to Shaders

Luis, being a hardlight hologram, generates their clothes out of the same projector that displays their body. The complete control over texture, physics, sound, and behavior of their clothes has allowed them to stretch their creative liberties well past the limits of haute couture as we yet know it. Their tastes in style are abstract and often horrifying, their sensibilities numbed by centuries of hedonistic unlife as a vampire. It is not unusual to see them step up to bat wearing, say, a wave of blood splashing eternally against their body into the shape of a ballgown. Nor is it unusual that their commitment to complex and graphically stressful garbs causes them to lag on base and miss the pitch, but such are the sacrifices one must make to attain beauty at its highest form.

This is partially relevant to their carcinization, a phenomenon that they also take creative liberty with in accordance with what feels appropriate in the moment. Where others have their sense of self reflected by the carcinization process, Luis has to consciously tweak the form they take since their digitization, and is already very comfortable in their expression. They enjoy trying out new body parts just as much as they enjoy trying on new outfits.

Having to keep things brand-friendly with their contract holder, CFM, it might be hard to remember that Luis used to be a monster, dancing center stage with all their chipsets chipper. Fashion is a space they explore to really let their hair down, and return to form in an ironic sense, but it's difficult to navigate the public eye without provoking backlash from CFM. As a result, Luis vents pressure hosting little private runway shows for themselves and close friends, where they enjoy really going all out with terrifying outfits and hypercarcinizations. Frequent guests include their partner, Tot Clark, who has seen them at their most human and monstrous alike, and their closest friend on the Crabs, Sutton Dreamy, as she is an immaculate wingman and someone all too used to monsters. Very little is known about the degree of decadence and horror taking place behind closed doors in Luis' private showing, but there are plenty of more palatable public spectacles listed below.

Luis' art is always a work of beauty, but often also a work of horror. Some of these garments are spoilered and prefaced with appropriate content warnings. If you wish to add an outfit of your own but don't want to see some of the descriptions, the visual editor will keep spoilered text hidden where the source editor does not.

This list of accoutremental phenomenon is not exhaustive, but merely a compilation of some notable attire from tabloid snippets, press showings, stage costumes, and eyewitness reports. If you have seen Luis in other outfits, please feel free to add it here.

  • A complex arrangement of multicolored ribbons patterned into incomprehensible tesselations, forming a makeshift cocktail dress.
  • Covered only in an oozing viscous substance not unlike curdled oil slick.
  • Simple bodysuit, hidden by slowly rotating array of mirror shards handing from invisible strings.
  • Sweatpants, raggy t-shirt, cup of tea in hand that clipped through the bat they were holding.
  • Classical 17th century court attire featuring a peach mantua adorned with elaborate patternwork.
  • Billowing black clouds, with rare beats of lightning coursing through.
  • Coat of multiple overlapping zippers, different parts of which open and close along seemingly random lines.
  • Gore: Storm of whirling scissors continuously cutting meat.
  • Uniform from an unkown war, peppered with bloodied holes though the skin underneath is untouched.
  • Bugs: Cloud of writhing insects, crawling and flying mostly from and around the torso but up and down the head and limbs also. Seemingly random, but on closer inspection the paths they crawl and fly along are precalculated and intricate.
  • Simple polygons of hardlight flickering in and out at precalculated times.
  • Simplified wireframe of their body, with lights passing up and down the lines.
  • Dress that looks like it is exploding outwards at the left shoulder, slivers of fabric frozen in place by invisible wire.
  • Sky blue suit with concavity in the chest akin to broken glass, revealing a starscape within.
  • Pilgrim's cloak, covered over with a veil of intricate needlework extending to the ground and around the back. The lace tells several stories following the violent lives of individual figures, all ending at them perishing under the light of the same sun, positioned at the back of the garb.
  • Interlocking pieces of stonework, some of which rotated on the spot like mullers.
  • Gore: Bare torso rising like a stamen from an actively blooming flower, whose petals are flayed skin repeatedly torn from the body, revealing unharmed skin beneath. Simple black leggings.
  • Body overgrown with procedurally generated ferns, mushrooms, mosses, and other plants rapidly shooting, withering, and being replaced in the little biosphere. Birds would render into the projection and occasionally perch.
  • Astronaut suit with upper body replaced by a singular writhing point of localized energy, bits and pieces of glowing material peeling off the slowly growing radius and 'falling' into the point. The hands and lower arms float freely outside the radius.
  • Corset engraved or scrimshawed into having the appearance of being made entirely out of overlapping layers upon layers of fishbones.
  • Still-life of a pile of up to thirty wolpertingers frozen in frenzied carnage among each other. The creatures would readjust their position to accommodate Luis bending or moving their arms, though they would still appear mid-strike or howling in pain.
  • Garlands of colorful flowers overflowing from wedges cut from the body like it were a cake.
  • Eyes: Long robe with bell sleeves, covered entirely in doll's eyes which open when facing out and close when facing up, causing a shimmering pattern whenever they raise their arms.
  • 19th century diver's suit, porcupined at the back by about a dozen whaling harpoons and spilling out brine.
  • Torrent of water falling upwards and out of the projection field.
  • Suit of lights, adorned with intricate swirling patterns of tiny bells.
  • Rendering scenes and landscapes over their body below the neck, akin to processing over a green-screen.
  • Crab appendages of hardlight floating by their limbs, manipulated like an exosuit instead of as a part of their body.
  • White three-piece suit, soaked blood red at the feet and very slowly seeping upwards.
  • Peacock themed doublet, with a cravat of dangling peacock heads.
  • Mocap suit.

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